Matthew Justice is Managing Director of Big Talk, winner of Best Independent Production Company at the Broadcast Awards 2017. Matthew has executive produced multiple award-winning motion pictures and television series, including the films Attack the Block, Sightseers, Cuban Fury, Man Up and the TV series, Free Agents (US and UK series), Rev, Him & Her, A Young Doctor’s Notebook, Crashing, Raised by Wolves, Friday Night Dinner and is currently executive producing Timewasters, Back, Mum, Cold Feet and The Goes Wrong Show.
He has overseen the re-structuring of Big Talk over the past twelve years, including BBC Worldwide’s investment in Big Talk in 2008 and the sale of Big Talk to ITV Studios in 2013.
Prior to Big Talk, Matthew ran his own production label, Lunar Films, through which he produced David Mackenzie’s Berlin Silver Bear-winning Hallam Foe, and Cedric Klapisch’s multiple César-winning The Russian Dolls.
After starting his career at The Moving Picture Company, Matthew produced Michel Gondry’s award-winning commercials for Levis and Smirnoff. He also worked as Stephen Norrington’s producing partner on Blade, The Last Minute and Death Machine.
Matthew is a Governor of the British Film Institute, he was a founding member of the advisory board of the Creative Business MA at the National Film and Television School, and served on Pact Council from 2009 to 2013.